Is The Danger Of Slimy Stool In Babies 2 Months?
, for 5 days, my child has runny mucus, I have taken my child to the pediatrician said the doctor told me to replace milk and was given vitamins with the doctor, I have changed the milk but the mucus remained, although there wasn’t much in the first day, what is the danger of slimy stool in babies how to handle it,
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Slimy faeces can occur due to various factors, including:
Parasitic infections in the digestive system
Disorders of digestive enzymes
New babies get vaccinated
In the case of your child, it is sometimes difficult for the doctor to determine for certainty about a person's health condition from just one meeting, especially if the coincidence of the symptoms displayed is not typical. And as you can see, the slimy faecal complaints that your child experiences can be caused by a number of things above. Therefore, we recommend that you go back to the pediatrician for control and see the progress of the disease, of course, if it has passed about 3-5 days from the previous visit and there is no change. From there your pediatrician will evaluate and control, and determine the next treatment that is right for your child.
In addition, with your child's age of 2 months, the best nutrition for him is only breast milk. It is not impossible that the infection he is experiencing now comes from a pacifier or less clean milk. This will not be found in breast milk. Not to mention, breast milk can provide growth and growth benefits and endurance that cannot be provided by any formula milk for babies up to 6 months of age, so if there is still a chance for you to give breast milk, you should give breast milk. If your milk does not come out, and you have never seen it, you can check it directly to the pediatrician, or to the lactation doctor to be given a trigger for the release of milk. So, hopefully answering your question.